|Autobiography of a Communist; Communist are made not born - Camacho, Epifanio|
Autobiography of a Mexican-American Communist
Keywords: communism -- United States; chicanos; maoism
|Rag Radio 2012-03-30 - Filmmaker and Chicano Activist Carlos Calbillo - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Carlos Calbillo is an award-winning filmmaker and longtime Chicano community activist. He was active with SDS and the Mexican-American Youth Organization (MAYO) in Houston in the '60s and '70s, and edited the Chicano newspaper, El Papel. Calbillo has worked in film and television and has produced numerous short films on subjects ranging from community activism to musical documentaries on Texas and Chicano/Latino music, including Doug Sahm, Freddy Fender, Mance Lipscomb, Little Joe y La Familia, ...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Carlos Calbillo; Filmmakers; Chicanos; Tejanos; Texas History
|NASA Ames Welcomes Diverse Student Group|
NASA's Ames Research Center and the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) brought together a national network of talented students to give them a one-time opportunity to tour one of our country's leading, world-class research centers. The students were able to interact with scientists and research professionals to encourage their interest in math and science.For more information about NASA Ames, please visit http://www.nasa.gov/ames
Keywords: What -- Opportunity; nasa; ames; sacnas; chicanos; native; americans; science; eduction; outreach; diversity; stem
|The Effect of immigration reform on Hispanic advocacy - Lovell, Darrell|
Recent immigration reform has caused a controversy over theimplementation of proposed reform in the past two years. Arizona's attempt topass strict immigration reform triggered an outpouring of advocacy activityamong groups nationwide.This movement is not the first time groups have mobilized againstimmigration reform on both the federal and state levels. Texas is on the vergeof a significant state attempt to pass immigration reform, which has sparkedinitial reactions similar to those seen in Ari...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; thesis; master of public affairs; latinos; chicanos; immigration
|Rag Radio 2013-12-06 - Award-Winning Fiction Writer Daniel Chacón, Author of 'Hotel Juarez' - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Daniel Chacón is author of "Hotel Juárez: Stories, Rooms, and Loops" (2013). His collection of short stories, "Unending Rooms," won the 2008 Hudson Prize. He has also won The American Book Award, a Chris Isherwood Foundation Grant, and the Peter and Jean de Main Emerging Writers Award. Chacón teaches creative writing at the University of Texas at El Paso. Chacón also has a novel, "and the shadows took him," and another collection of stories called "Chicano Chicanery." He co-edited "The Last ...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Daniel Chacon; Hotel Juarez; Authors; Novelists; Short Story Writers; Latino Writers; Chicanos; UT-El Paso
|Encuentros -Cesar Chávez film por el director Diego Luna - Administrator at Encuentros|
Gregorio Luke nos da se critica sobre la pelicula de Cesar Chávez dirigida por Diego Luna.
Keywords: Contragolpe; Cesar Chavez; no grapes; Telemundo; Jose Benavides; KPFK RADIO; Gregrio Luke; Ruben Luengas; Dolores Huerta; UFW; Mexico; Chicanos. Diego Luna. No violencia
|People United - September 3, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode is devoted to the Austin History Center's "Mexican American Firsts: Trailblazers of Austin and Travis County," scheduled to continue through January 16, 2011. It features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Mike Miller and Gloria Espitia of the Austin History Center, historian Emilio Zamora from the University of Texas at Austin, and Paul Saldana of Adelante Solutions Inc., the consulting firm that collected and analyzed data for the City of Austinâs Hispanic Quality o...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Mexican American Firsts; Mexican American Trailblazers; Travis County; Chicanos; Mexican Americans; people of color; communities of color; Brown Berets; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; CAMILA; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Austin City Council; PODER; Resistencia Bookstore; Red Salmon Arts; Save Our Youth; SOY; social movements; city government; Austin History Center; City of Austin; Hispanic Quality of Life Initiative; health; environmental justice; civil rights; struggle; Mike Miller; Gloria Espitia; Emilio Zamora; Paul Saldana; Susana Almanza; Gilbert Rivera; John Trevino; raulsalinas; raulrsalinas; Raul Salinas; Raul R Salinas; Rene Renteria; Iris Renteria; Norah Renteria; historiography; history; current events; oppression; liberation; empowerment
|People United - May 7, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features activist Bill Fletcher, Jr., taking questions from Third Coast Activist Resource Center co-founder Robert Jensen and others about his book __Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor and a New Path toward Social Justice _, co-authored with Fernando Gapasin. He spoke at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, on March 28, 2010.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Bill Fletcher Jr; Robert Jensen; Third Coast Activist Resource Center; Solidarity Divided; Fernando Gapasin; St Andrew's Presbyterian Church; Jim Rigby; labor movement; civil rights movement; black freedom struggle; social movements; race; class; gender; empire; anti-imperialist; social justice; unionism; John Sweeney; Samuel Gompers; foreign policy; AFL-CIO; AFL-CIA; Change to Win; infighting; Spanish Civil War; Franco; Manifest Destiny; Zionism; settlers; indigenous; people of color; spousal abuse; domestic violence; media; Glenn Beck; Fox News; socialist; socialism; gentrification; land rights; racial and class cleansing; settler state; Palestine; Palestinians; Israel; South Africa; Australia; New Zealand; Native Americans; American Indians; Chicanos; United States; history
|People United - January 25, 2013 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features community activists Jane and Gilbert Rivera on their book Austin's Rosewood Neighborhood, examining the historically African American neighborhood on the east side of Austin, Texas. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin's North Loop neighborhood on December 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; East Austin; Rosewood; neighborhood; Jane Rivera; Jane H Rivera; Gilbert Rivera; Gilberto Rivera; Gilberto C Rivera; Malignant Neglect; Austin's Rosewood Neighborhood; urban; geography; segregation; gentrification; race; class; ethnicity; IH-35; Master Plan; African American; Hispanic; Latino; Latin; Chicano; Mexican American; Austin City Council; geographic representation; single-member districts; at-large system; gentlemen's agreement; Mejitas; Blackland; Bo McCarver; Juarez Lincoln University; East Austin Chicano Economic Development Corporation; Brown Berets; Susana Almanza; Sylvia Herrera; Paul Hernandez; Maria Limon; Velma Roberts; The Day the Klan Marched; We Will Always Be Here; CAMILA; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; PODER; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; community; neighborhood; city; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; struggle; protest; social movement; history; current events
|People United - June 3, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features sociologist David Montejano on his book _Quixote's Soldier's: A Local History of the Chicano Movement_, which focuses on developments in San Antonio. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on April 23, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; David Montejano; Quixote's Soldiers; Chicano movement; Chicanos; Chicano nationalism; cultural nationalism; freedom school; San Antonio; civil rights movement; black freedom struggle; barrios; barrio youth; street youth; gang youth; social workers; student activists; gang warfare; farm workers; police brutality; class; generation; gender; conflict; divisions; antagonisms; infighting; alliances; politicization; class consciousness; feminism; at-large elections; single-member districts; Henry B Gonzalez; Ramsey Muniz; Fred Gomez Carrasco; Brown Berets; MAYO; Mexican American Youth Organization; La Universidad de los Barrios; Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund; MALDEF; Council of La Raza; Good Government League; Raza Unida Party; immigrants; Latinos; Mexican Americans; radical change; politics of gradualism; ideology; community organizing; social movement; history
|People United 2013 Mar 29 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features activists Gilbert Rivera and Susana Almanza on the purpose and legacy of the Brown Berets in Austin, Texas. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin on March 27, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Gilbert Rivera; Susana Almanza; Brown Berets; East Austin; David Montejano; Sancho's Journal; Exploring the Political Edge with the Brown Berets; Mexican American Youth Organization; MAYO; La Raza Unida Party; police brutality; Austin Police Department; Bob Miles; El Centro Chicano; Chicano; Chicana; Mexican American; Latin; Latino; Latina; Hispanic; African American; black; ethnicity; race; racism; white supremacy; class; capitalism; Economy Furniture strike; Imagine Austin; Master Plan; barrio; gentrification; land rights; affordable housing; displacement; demolition; preservation; Chicano Park; Rainey Street; historic district; real estate; property taxes; enviromental justice; civil rights; economic justice; racial justice; social justice; urban issues; grassroots; struggle; protest; nonviolent; nonviolence; community; organizing; programs; education; alliance; coalition; youth movement; social movement; Chicano movement; Carnales Inc; Chicanos Against Military Intervention in Latin America; CAMILA; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; history; current events
|People United - April 1, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features coverage of the tenth annual Cesar Chavez "Si, Se Puede" march that was held in Austin, Texas, on March 26, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Cesar Chavez March; Si Se Puede March; Cesar Chavez; Cesar Chavez Day; People Organized for the Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Susana Almanza; legacy; struggle; labor movement; social movement; people of color; Chicanos; immigrants; immigrant justice; backlash; Texas State Legislature; House Bill 505; HB 505; Janie Rangel; Christino Herrera; Nicole Barrera; Mike Martinez; Austin City Council; El Trio Valendoza; Michael Mendoza; Celeste Mendoza; Liliana Valenzuela; Anna Yanez-Correa; Texas Criminal Justice Coalition; Fernando Adame; Workers Defense Project; Proyecto Defensa Laboral; Esther Reyes; Austin Immigrants Rights Coalition; Karla Braun; Kendra Castillo; Vanessa Gonzalez; Carmen Llanes; Texans United for Families; TUFF; Gloria Espitia; Austin History Center; Max Elliot; Urban Roots; John Connally High School; Sofia Castellanos; Salvador Gutierrez; music; culture; history; current events